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Hurricane Michael: Devastating photos show how Tyndall Air Force base and its F-22 Raptors got rocked

Here's the only photo we've seen yet of one of the F-22s left behind. The hangar is clearly damaged, but it's unclear if the Raptor was as well.

Here's the only photo we've seen yet of one of the F-22s left behind. The hangar is clearly damaged, but it's unclear if the Raptor was as well.
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Here's another badly damaged hangar shot from a helicopter by a storm chasing group called WXChasing.

Here's another badly damaged hangar shot from a helicopter by a storm chasing group called WXChasing.

The video from WXChasing was first spotted by Tyler Rogoway at The War Zone.

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Inside the hangar appears to be two QF-16s, which are retired F-16s that help train the next generation of fighter jets.

Inside the hangar appears to be two QF-16s, which are retired F-16s that help train the next generation of fighter jets.
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Also inside are what appear to be two Mitsubishi MU-2s, which are turboprop planes.

Also inside are what appear to be two Mitsubishi MU-2s, which are turboprop planes.
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Several static displays of decommissioned aircraft were damaged too.

Several static displays of decommissioned aircraft were damaged too.
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The storm also damaged several buildings on the base.

The storm also damaged several buildings on the base.
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And flipped over trailers.

And flipped over trailers.
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Even the entrance to Tyndall was severely damaged.

Even the entrance to Tyndall was severely damaged.
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You can watch the full video from WXChasing below.

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